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Hawaiian Info Bite of the Day

The First Days of Parasailing in Hawaii.

Parasailing wasn't introduced as an activity in Hawaii until the early 1980's. It was popular from the start but it was operated in a completely different manner in those days. It's lucky you might be thinking about doing it now instead of then because its methods of implementation had a lot to be desired.

Here's the Animal that Got Hawaii's Goat!

Goats, just like pigs, were not endemic to Hawaii, and were brought in by humans presumably to provide a source of food. Each in tern rapidly turned wild when allowed or encouraged to roam and the consequence today is that the land of Hawaii is rapidly being ravaged and destroyed by both animals. If one had to choose the worse offender however, the likely choice would be the goat.

Should you be afraid of the Hawaiian Gecko Lizard?

When I first came to Hawaii in the early 70's and worked in a major hotel I was surprised at the number of tourists who would call housekeeping to come and remove a gecko they may have found on their wall or on their window screen. Sometimes petrified and cringing in the furthest corner of the unit away from the tiny lizard they could not get..